Join us for our Tap Takeover at 6 pm The Parish with our collabrew ‘Sour De La Salle’ that has been in the works for a little while now…. Sour De La Salle is named for the French explorer (Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de la Salle) that claimed the Mississippi River basin, including Louisiana, for French King Louis IV. Sour de la Salle combines the funky character of 1912 Brewing Company with the Southern Fusion of The Parish Restaurant. This sour uses a blend of two sacharomyces and the peaches from the famous Parish infusions. Soured using our 1912 house culture, this mixed fermented sour was blended to our delight by our brewers. Tasting notes include tart and funky with intense stone fruit characters. This beauty rounds out at 6% and we don’t much care about IBUs in this one. ?